Peeling

It's a form of exfoliation that uses chemical substances, with which it is achieved that the skin removes the layers of dead cells and is renewed more quickly.

 

The objectives of a peel depend on the initial problem that can be spots, acne aging, improvement of scars, etc. There are different substances for dermatological medical use to deal with each of these problems.

  • It achieves a more uniform skin.

  • Close the pores. 

  • The spots may clear up or disappear.

The peelings are treatments that can vary from a very superficial depth, to a medium dermis, cause a chemical stimulus that not only makes a quick change of dead cells, by a new, healthier layer but also stimulates the synthesis of new collagen.

There are different peels, and they are classified according to the depth:

 

VERY SUPERFICIAL

Mild redness or nothing.

 

SUPERFICIAL

Mild redness and little peeling.

 

MEDIUM

Redness or brown color and peeling.

 

DEEP

Scab formation, greater disability and risk of pigmentation.

Strong, deep peels are of more limited use because they have greater risks, mainly in dark skins there is risk of spots and hyperpigmentation.

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AFTER

Benefits

It is indicated for patients with aging, smokers, with spots or scars caused by acne, it is excellent to prepare the skin when starting depigmentation treatments. Peels cause a chemical stimulus that not only makes a quick change of dead cells by a new, healthier layer, but also stimulates the synthesis of new collagen.

It is a painless procedure, which only takes a few minutes, in the aesthetic center, and helps prevent aging.